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This page serves as a directory of the materials we supply, the shapes we supply them in, and the industries which we are most frequently asked to supply. This is not a representation of our overall supply ability, more a snapshot of the scope of our specialties, with some detailed insight into the materials and prospective applications and markets themselves.


If there are any products you require in a particular alloy, dimension, finish, grade etc., please do not hesitate to contact us and we are sure to meet your needs. We have an extensive network of mills, foundries and suppliers across the globe, so we have absolute confidence in furnishing you with the product you need at competitive prices and in the quickest times. 


From the outset, we have always considered the perspective of the engineer when presenting our product range, simply because that is how we started - as engineers ourselves. Our product offering, and scope of service, are as broad as we could possibly make them, purely to ensure that we are able to assist you in the most concise and convenient way possible.

We have specifically curated our product selection to meet the prospective needs of typical tasks undertaken within the greater engineering industry, so that regardless of the project and sphere of expertise, the sourcing of material is as straightforward as possible.

Please take a moment to peruse the materials in which we specialise below, and contact us for any further assistance you require.

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With it's ultra-low density, a protective oxide layer, vast range of alloys - giving a plethora of useful properties - and ready formability, Aluminium is a go-to material for a vast range of engineering applications.


Named after the gods of Greek mythology, titanium casts a large shadow in the world of engineering. Low density, high strength, excellent corrosion resistance, as comfortable at both elevated and cryogenic temperatures, titanium is a god among metals.


Nickel has incredible corrosion resistance, high mechanical strength and excellent creep resistance, all whilst being able to operate at elevated temperatures - a range of qualities vital to both the aeronautical and petrochemical industries alike.

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A member of the new-age family of materials, carbon fibre as a material only came into common use from the 1980s. Strong, incredibly light and easy to shape and form for any role, carbon fibre will only increase in use with time.


An iron-based alloy, and the most widely used engineering material, steel is unparallelled in it's range of alloys and, therefore, mechanical properties. As a result, its number of eventual applications is incalculable.


"Aramid" is the name given to a unique class of man-made synthetic fibres which have risen to prevalence due to their strength, high temperature stability and puncture resistance. Found in areas as diverse as bicycle tyres and bullet-proof vests.


As important as the material from which they are formed, the correct selection of a shape of metallic product is imperative in producing the best possible end product, in the most cost-effective manner. 



The world of Aeronautics is the single most demanding field, for materials, within engineering. Extremes of temperature, exposure to the elements, not to mention bearing vast masses and G-forces, only the very best materials are used...


The Medical Industry presents some of the keenest challenges for engineering materials. In terms of absolute stress and strain on materials, the medical industry doesn't challenge the Aeronautical Industry, for example...


From golf clubs to tennis racquets, bicycles to kayaks, performance and health gains can be found in improving the materials used in leisure equipment. Whether it's weight saving, strength gaining, or ease of forming, winning or losing can be decided by material selection.


The world of Petro-Chemical engineering is unquestionably a most testing industry for engineering materials. Not only is there the severe corrosion threat from chemicals used in the refining of oil into petrol, there's also the fact that oil is often mined at sea...


The Marine Industry poses a raft of requirements for engineering materials. The first one that comes to mind is the issue of corrosion many materials face in salt water solutions, so a resistance to these events is a must...

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